Trip reference number: PFH
Trip Operator: Andean Trails
After eight action-filled days, you will have seen the Inca city of Machu Picchu, paddled the Urubamba river, biked in the Sacred Valley and collected family memories that'll last a lifetime.
The trip is flexible enough for the most demanding of teenagers looking for non-stop action, and at the same time sufficiently relaxing for parents to feel they have had a holiday.
Everyone can make their own piece of pottery and Inca chocolate bar too, from the land where chocoate was invented.
This is an active family adventure, customised to each family's requirements. Children from 10 years old and upwards are welcome.
Bike on a superb downhill ride through the heart of the Andes. Raft and canoe the Urubamba River through the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
Make a Pachamanca (food cooked underground, slowly), learn to paddle board on Lake Huaypo, visit the colourful Pisac artisan market and explore Cusco. The Sacsayhuaman tour includes the chance to slide down and explore the tunnels of these amazing Inca ruins.
Trek the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu - read our blog about its highlights.
We explore Cusco - full of culture, history, fine dining and fun nightlife - all the while staying at charming converted haciendas and hand-picked hotels as our base.
There is also option to extend and explore the the Amazon or Lake Titicaca, one of many Peru options. Contact us for further information, help and advice.
This trip has no fixed departures but restrictions may apply - check operator website
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